What is Hip Impingement or FAI?
Hip impingement, or femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), is a deformity of the hip joint that limits the joint's normal range of motion. FAI may be caused from an improperly-shaped socket and an improperly-shaped femur head.
Arthroscopic Surgery for Femoral-Acetabular Impingement (FAI): a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to identify and correct problems in the hip joint, such as a torn labrum or damaged articular cartilage, that commonly result from FAI.
Surgical Dislocation and Debridement for FAI: Surgical dislocation and debridement for FAI is a procedure used to remove excess bone growth and reshape the hip joint to allow for proper joint movement.
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